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Looking Forward and Looking Back Part I--Reflecting on the Past and Coming Years In Health Promotion

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I Introduction
II Association of Public Health Epidemiologists in Ontario
III Did Health Promotion Die in 2012?
IV An Annotated Scrooge for 2012
V The Economics of Prevention and Health Promotion Interventions
VI 2012 Year in Review: Health Promotion, Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention Program Area at Public Health Ontario – Taking Action to Prevent Chronic Disease
VII The Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada (CDPAC) 2012 Year in Review

I Introduction

Child and Adolescent Snow Sport Injuries: Lessons for SNOWSMART

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I Introduction
II Youth and winter sports
III Why youth get hurt on ski hills
IV Risky behaviours
V Parental influence
VI Lessons learned for programming and prevention efforts
VII Conclusions and next steps
VIII References
IX Resources

--Submitted by Kathy Blair, Coordinator, Media Relations and Communications, Parachute

I Introduction

March 2012 OHPE Subscriber Survey: Who, Where, How? (And responses to your comments!)

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I Introduction
II Where do OHPE subscribers live and work?
III Who subscribes to OHPE?
IV Topics you want to see
V OHPE on mobile devices
VI Respondent comments
VII Conclusion
VIII Resources

--submitted by Robyn Kalda, Health Promotion Specialist - Technology Specialization, Health Nexus

I Introduction

Ontario Falls Prevention Community of Practice

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l What is a Community of Practice?
ll Why a Falls Prevention Community of Practice?
lll Who are the sponsoring agencies and what do they offer?
lV  Membership composition
V Successes and challenges
Vl What are the benefits of being a member?
Vll Conclusion
VIII References and resources

-- Submitted by Marguerite Thomas, RN., BScN.Coordinator, Ontario Falls Prevention Community of Practice

l What is a Community of Practice?

A Framework for Integrating Internationally Educated Nurses into the Health Care Workforce and Winning the Green Health Care Game: Two Articles from the OHA

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[Ed: This week’s feature includes two short features coordinated by the Ontario Hospital Association, one about Green Health Care Awards and one about internationally trained nurses.]

One: A Framework for Integrating Internationally Educated Nurses into the Health Care Workforce

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I Introduction
II Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs)
III Ontario Hospital Association workshops
IV Conclusion
V Resources

--submitted by Dr. Andrea Baumann and Dr. Jennifer Blythe

EatRight Ontario: Free healthy eating advice from Registered Dietitians is just a phone call or click away for the people of Ontario

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IWhat is EatRight Ontario?
II Why has this service been introduced?
III Resources
IV Common questions from callers
V EatRight Ontario website
VI Who uses the EatRight Ontario service?
VII Capacity building and integration with other services
VIII Help spread the word

--submitted by Christina Cicco, RD, Web Content Manager, EatRight Ontario

I What is EatRight Ontario?

Make online health information useful for limited-literacy web visitors--Become a “plain English matchmaker”

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I Introduction
II Different web visitors
III Techniques to help make the best match
IV Make sure your design is friend, not foe
V Iterative development: Ask early and ask often  
VI Tear down the wall of words
VII Resources

--submitted by Carolyn Wilby

I Introduction

Alcohol Policy in Ontario: The importance of on-going dialogue and discussions

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I Introduction
II Alcohol: No ordinary commodity forum
III Summary
V Conclusion
VI References
VII Resources

--submitted by Ben Rempel, MPH, Health Promotion Field Support Specialist, Health Promotion, Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention, Public Health Ontario

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